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Sunday Saturday Vigil 6.10pm Sunday Morning 8am, 10am and Noon Weekday Masses: Monday to Saturday 10am in line with Covid19 Level 5 restrictions. No 8am Mass during the week until further notice. No Congregations for daily and Sunday Masses until…
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Anniversaries: January and 1st week of February

Thomas McCarthy, Catherine Dennehy, John Joe Lynch, Con Healy, John L. Heaphy Snr, John L. Heaphy Jnr, Kit O’Keeffe, Kathleen McCarthy, Lar Spillane, Maurice & Bridget Sisk, Patrick Hallissey, Helena & Jerry Hennessy, Frances O’Connor, Bridie Horgan, Billy O’Mahony, Florence…
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Feast Days in the week ahead

Monday 8th February, International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Human Trafficking. Was first observed in 2015 by Pope Francis. This date, 8th February, is the feast of St. Josephine Bakhita who was born in Sudan in 1868 and was…
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Fratelli tutti

As we return to the encyclical we do so at the point where Pope Francis is introducing the Good Samaritan parable into the narrative of our daily lives. When Jesus taught the people he did a lot of it through…
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Bible Corner

On the front of the Bulletin today is the heading Suffering and the Book of Job. Under it is a reflection on suffering based on the writer’s encounter with someone called job in Bangui the capital of the Central African…
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A few questions

A few questions: (i) How many of the evangelists were also in the group of the 12 apostles? (ii) Fill in the blank: Genesis, Exodus, _______, Numbers, Deuteronomy. (iii) Which books of the bible begin with ‘In the beginning…’ (iv)…
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Quote for the Week

“Actions speak louder than words; let your words teach and your actions speak” – St. Anthony of Padua

Mass Times

Sunday Saturday Vigil 6.10pm Sunday Morning 8am, 10am and Noon Weekday Masses: Monday to Saturday 10am in line with Covid19 Level 5 restrictions. No 8am Mass during the week until further notice. No Congregations for daily and Sunday Masses until…
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Dog fouling in the cemetries

A minority of dog owners are disrespecting both Holy Rosary and Ballintotis cemeteries by allowing dogs to run free in them. All dogs must be kept on leads and owners must clean up after them. Failure to do this is…
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Bible Corner

In today’s Gospel St. Mark places Jesus in Capernaum with his followers. He goes into the synagogue on the sabbath and he teaches them. His teaching impresses those present and Mark says ‘he taught them with authority”. Jesus, when he…
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Feast Days in the week ahead

Monday 1st February, St. Brigid, Abbess, Secondary Patron of Ireland was renowned for her hospitality, almsgiving and care of the sick. Born around 454 she took the veil and spiritual formation from St. Mel and stayed for a period under…
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Fratelli tutti

I am very conscious of the fact that there hasn’t been anything on the newsletter regarding this in the last three weeks. It will recommence next week, please God, continuing with Chapter Two.